Computational Fluid Dynamics

Over just the past fifteen years, the use of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has become mainstream in ship design.

Marseille Fos Sees Recovery in Passenger Numbers

A mixed first-half at French port Marseille Fos saw continued growth in general cargo and a recovery in passenger ...

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Port of Antwerp Sees Drop in Dry Bulk Volumes

The Belgian port of Antwerp continued its negative streak in dry bulk volumes as it recorded a drop of 14.7% to 6 ...

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Dockworkers to Halt Operations at Santos Port

The port of Santos, one of Brazil’s largest ports, will be hit by a 24-hour strike starting in the morning hours of ...

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China Tightens Port Measures Due to Zika Virus

Chinese quarantine authorities now require mosquito eradication certificates from vessels arriving from countries ...

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Rotterdam Sees More Vessel Traffic in 2015

The Dutch Port of Rotterdam has seen an increase in the total number of vessels in Rotterdam for the first time ...

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HPH Trust Stays in the Black

Despite the slow market conditions in 2015, the Singapore-listed container port business trust Hutchison Port ...

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China and Algeria Sign USD 3.3 Billion Port Deal

China and Algeria have signed a USD 3.3 billion agreement to build a new center transshipment port at Cherchell, ...

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Port of Prince Rupert to Create 5,000 Port Jobs

The Port of Prince Rupert, in British Columbia, projects that its fully-realized development plan could generate ...

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Klaipeda Port Eyes Further Capacity Buildup

The Lituanian port of Klaipeda will invest USD 25.4 million in preparatory works for large investment projects ...

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TT Club: Port Terminals the Weak Link in Global Supply Chains

As pivotal hubs within global trade, container ports and terminals face risks that have potentially serious ...

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Antwerp Hits 200 Million Tonne Mark

The Belgian port of Antwerp has passed the mark of more than 200 million tonnes of freight and over 9 million TEU ...

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More Green Ships Visit Antwerp Each Year

The Belgian Port of Antwerp is handling ever bigger number of environmentally-friendly seagoing ships each ...

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Crane Crashes on Boxship in Vietnam

Several people were injured after a gantry crane crashed on the containership Fortune Navigator in Ta Thuan Port, ...

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Maersk Ready to Go After Two Largest Greek Ports

Maersk Ready to Bid for Two Largest Greek Ports

Denmark’s A.P. Moeller-Maersk A/S will participate in the bidding process for two of the largest Greek ports ...

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Port Workers Stage Strikes across Chilean Ports

Chilean port workers staged strikes on Thursday across the country’s ports as a sign of opposition to a labor ...

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NRF: Operation at US West Coast Ports Far from Normal

Import cargo volume at U.S. major retail container ports is expected to rise 8 % this month over the same ...

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Shanghai Port Improves January Container Stats

Shanghai Port Improves January Container Stats

China’s Shanghai port, a global leader in annual container volumes handled, has increased its January ...

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China Lifts Ban on Valemaxes

Chinese Ministry of Transport has issued a circular on the design of 400,000 DWT bulk carries entering Chinese ...

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US West Coast Ports Reopen as Contract Talks Resume

The US West Coast ports reopened Monday morning after employers closed the docks for two days, International ...

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CMA CGM Opts for DP World London Gateway

Container shipping company CMA CGM has launched services from West Africa to DP World London Gateway Port. The CMA ...

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WWF: Dumping at Great Barrier Reef Must Stop

WWF Pushes to Stop Dumping at Great Barrier Reef

The dumping of waste from port expansions within Australia’s Great Barrier Reef could cause severe damage ...

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